Although October 21-25 marks National School Bus Safety Week, the school day started off pretty badly for some middle-school children. The kids were on the way to school when the school bus was rear-ended by an SUV in San Bernardino.
A driver, who apparently rear-ended another vehicle before being struck by two other vehicles, caused a fire and killed a driver.
Although not all motorists recognize it, pedestrians have the right-of-way at crosswalks. With this in mind, hundreds of pedestrians are still injured every year on Southern California roads.
An early morning rear-end collision resulted with the vehicle being pushed onto the Metrolink train tracks. The vehicle was then struck by a train.
A San Bernardino County Sheriff's deputy, taking a prisoner to a Juvenile Detention Center, accidentally rear-ended a vehicle. That vehicle swerved and hit a third vehicle.
One of the most common injuries sustained in an automobile accident is whiplash. Whiplash happens when the head is jerked forward or forced backward by a sudden and unnatural movement, such as impact from an automobile accident. Whiplash refers to injuries suffered in the neck.
A 19-year old Fontana man was killed when the motorcycle he was riding crashed into a pickup truck that was stopped at an intersection the other afternoon.
housands of individuals suffer from back and neck injuries every year - often from causes that are outside their control - such as traffic accidents.
A 20-year old man driving on Interstate 15 over the weekend in San Bernardino lost control of his vehicle.
A 20-year old Rancho Cucamonga man driving through a construction zone the other morning, for unknown reasons, struck several orange cones as he changed lanes, causing him to lose control of his vehicle.